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texas y allá es más caliente que acá. >> se mantiene la alerta hasta el viernes. >> se hace un llamado para evitar tragedias como@ en 1995 cuando hubieron 700 muertes por el calor. >> en el oeste de la nación muchos incendios mantienen ocupados a los bomberos y se dice que esto no contralado hasta el domingo y la mayor preocupación son los fuegos pirotecnicos. >> irónicamente mientras todo es causado por el calor, en otras ha sido la lluvia y esto por dos accidentes fatales en virginia, muchos siguen sin electricidad. >> mañana temprano finalizaria el recuento de votos oficiales en méxico y se voleran a contar más de la mitad de los votos, vamos con los detalles. >> se inicio en méxico el voto por voto contado y por primera vez se abrirán más de la mitad de los paquetes electorales y del congreso será más del 60%. >> no estoy de acuerdo, vivimos lo mismo desde hace seis añosñ. >> a favor. >> ¿por qué?. >> es que así sabemos lo que pasó. >> andrés manuel lópez obrador pidió esto voto por voto. >> de 143 mil actas hasta ahora se puede probar que en 113 mil hay irr
was a populist legislator, served six terms in the texas house of representatives and he used to say that the proper function of government is to help people caught in the tentacles of circumstance, the tentacles of circumstance, fighting things too big for you to help to fight yourself. joe said that i tried to write about the effect of power on the powerless and the power was used and the powerless and you also tried to write about how power is used for the powerless and now we go forward to 1963. president kennedy was assassinated on november 22nd and lyndon johnson has become president. under president kennedy, there had been some vague, hardly defined early discussions about the anti-poverty program because over one-fifth of the united states and over 33 million people in that year, 1963 was still living below the poverty line. on the day after the assassination, on a saturday, november 23rd at the end of the day lyndon johnson meets in his office in the executive office and he still hasn't moved into the white house with four of president kennedy's economic advisers and he's wi
. >> my first job after college was as a teacher in texas, and a small, mexican-american school. few of them could speech english, and i couldn't speak much spanish. my students were poor, and they often came to class without breakfast, hungry, and they knew even in their youth the pain of prejudice. they never seemed to know why people disliked them, but they knew it was so because i saw it in their eyes. i often walked home late in the afternoon after the classes were finished wishing there was more that i could do, but all i knew was to teach them the little that i knew, hoping that it might help them against the hardships that lay ahead, and somehow you never forget what poverty and hatred can do when you see its scars on the hopeful face of a young child. i never thought then in 1928 that i would be standing here in 1965. it never even occurred to me in my fondest dreams that i might have the chance to help the sons and daughters of those students and to help people like them all over this country, but now i do have that chance, and i'll let you in on a secret. i mean to use it.
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. up next, lawmaker says don't mess with texas over voter i.d. laws. tonight's text to vote question. should republicans keep fighting against obamacare or move on to other issues? text sr1 to 36288. for keep fighting. sr2 for move on. results a little later on. building pass, corporate card, verizon 4g lte phone. the global ready one ? yeah, but you won't need... ♪ hajimemashite. hajimemashite. hajimemashite. you guys like football ? thank you so much. i'm stoked. you stoked ? totally. ... and he says, "under the mattress." souse le matelas. ( laughter ) why's the new guy sending me emails from paris ? paris, france ? verizon's 4g lte devices are global-ready. plus, global data for just $25. only from verizon. >> john: a spokesman for jesse jackson junior says the illinois congressman condition is more serious than initially believed. jackson is undergoing evaluation and treatment at an inpatient medical facility. congressman's office announced last week he was on medical leave and being treated for what they thought at the time was exhaustion. legal showdown between the lone star
. a factor fire officials in colorado and texas say helped fuel the most destructive fires in their state's history. the waldo canyon fire near colorado springs is still burning and the fire near austin, texas, last year destroyed more than 1,500 homes. >> it's hard to say this community over that community. >> reporter: it may be impossible where to pinpoint where the major catastrophic fire may hit. fire officials warn it could be anywhere, especially if you're surrounded by wildfire fuel like margo. >> love it up here. never move back down the hill. >>> let's check in now with christina loren. much calmer conditions out here. >> thank goodness. >> you got to be aware. the time of the year as you know. long time california residents. as you know, it takes a spark for a fire and enclose it's cliched what smoky bear says has validity to it. thursday for rain. only you can prevent forest fires so we don't need any additional sparks out there. you just want to take it easy and if you have a campground fire make sure it's completely out before you leave it. >>> the good news now. temperature
in texas that he wanted to go and be drafted. >> i think that's right. i do think -- i can't remember who was on the floor of the convention. i was not there either. but i do think he was -- he was constantly concerned that the party would rebuff him on the war. remember, hubert, we all say if he had only made the speech about the war a couple of weeks sooner than he had about vietnam, he would have been elected president. remember, he was on the rise. he only lost by less than 1 percentage point. but there was a lot of tension. >> to me one of the most interesting parts of all of that is that he had urged rockefeller to seek the republican nomination. >> right. >> i wonder what would have happened had rockefeller wound up being the republican nominee? >> rocker -- i honestly believe rockefeller was his candidate for president of the united states. and he brought rockefeller down to the white house in a secret meeting to talk to him about that. >> it's another indication of this weird bipartisanship of lbj. he appreciated talent no matter which side of the aisle it was on. and he had grea
merrow reports on a texas school district's approach to its high school drop-out crisis: luring students back with college courses. >> what we're looking at doing is doing education in a different way, where the colleges come together with us and start working with these young people while they're still in high school. >> suarez: judy woodruff looks back at the major decisions in this high-impact supreme court term with historian michael beschloss and marcia coyle of the "national law journal." >> ifill: and on this most american of holidays, we turn to the men who signed the declaration of independence and what happened to them after they did. >> they were placed under house arrest. they had-- they were allowed to write letters home. they were visited by physicians. no one was ever tortured. that's something i have seen over the years and it is wrong. every time i see it, i shudder. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. and with the ongoing
, allow me to introduce you to governor rick perry of texas. the guy whomts to eliminate a bunch of federal agencies, but can't be bothered to remember which ones and the guy alon with reject a spending deal with a cut to tax rh owe of 10-1. they were just given a real world choice by the supreme court. in upholding the individual manda mandate, the the supreme court allowed states to -- in other words, states can decide if they want to cover more poor people under the federal medicaid insurance program and have the federal government pay the tab. in normal times, this would be no big deal. after all, who's say thanks but no thanks to the federal government offering 90 cents on the dollar to help your state. it's 100 cents on the dollar in the early years. unfortunately, these are not normal times. rick perry happens to be the governor of texas. one in four of texas residents have no health insurance. costs have skyrocketed faster than the national average, but do you think that means he's going to go along with the plan? texas isn't alone here. seven states have said they're opt
to be an -- unreasonable. in florida, it would require rate increases ranging from 85% to 100%. the public utility of texas cited costs as a deterrent for underground mines. >> it is a very expensive proposition. >> no new maryland studies are in the pipeline, or in the works, or even being considered, however, one study wrote the public utilities chairman requesting his agency run a steady. you can find information on the power outages and locations of cooling centers on line at wbaltv.com. you can also access our free smart phone apps on your mobile device. >> and heartbreaking news tonight for any parent. a 3-year-old boy is dead after each round of the pool. anne arundel officials say crews were on the site of the accident in the old brooklyn park neighborhood. he was at a party when his family members realized he was missing. he was found unresponsive in the pool and was rushed to the hospital, but died a short time later. two investigative reports tonight in baltimore -- to investigations of arrests in baltimore. a man was found with multiple gunshot wounds of of mcculloh this morning. the other shoo
. this family brought their grandchildren who visited from texas. we.as not the best >> we lost power friday night around 10:30. >> they miss the air- conditioning. denied their power is back thrilled to be here. one issue is the heat. it never gets this hot in ohio from.this family is prius it is a little warm, but we are still having a great time. is ar many, this tradition. lisa alvarez has brought her was in asince she stroller. >> big comedown like shooting stars. they fall down on you and it's .orgeous come down like shooting stars. they did not disappoint this year. fact it was hotter the crowd arrived later than usual. by the time the fireworks went me, it seemed like the crowds were as big as they normally are. tom roussey reporting. >> now to business news. members of congress and other officials in the nation's given discounted by one of the lenders behind the subprime mortgage crisis. also, government leaders have enjoying the perks of free service as the u.s. postal bleede continues to billions. linda bell joins us live from bloomberg headquarters in new york. morning. >> good m
we will bring it to you. >>> meantime a texas death row inmate is granted an appeal so new dna testing can be conducted. hank skinner, once came within an hour of excuse. he says he will sure he will be exonerated in the stabbing death of his girlfriend and her adult children back in 1993. we'll stay on that story. >>> a washington man accused of groping three high schoolgirls last year. the man insists that excess sieve caffeine intake led him to commit the crimes. we'll have to check that one with the doctors, jon. that's what he says. jon: i'm not heard being an affect. >> i said i agreed with the dissent. the dissent felt very clear it was unconstitutional. it was in the minority. now the supreme court has spoken, while i agreed with the dissent that is taken over by the fact the majority of the court says it is a tax and therefore it is a tax. they have spoken. there is no way around that. you could say you wish they decided a different way but they didn't. they concluded it is a tax. and the american people know that president obama has broken the pledge he made. jon: tha
called him and said we'd like to come down to texas and see you and sarge shriver, who was one of my vice presidents went down with me. and they met us at the plane. we landed right at the ranch. and the president and lady bird were each driving a golf cart. and sarge went with lady bird. i went with the president. we went up to the house. and a it was a delightful experience. he said now let's get one thing clear, george. you think i'm crazy for keeping us in vietnam all these years. i didn't start that war, but i'm expected to finish it. and i know you think i'm goofy on it. i think you are. so let's not talk about vietnam. and he gave me some good advice. he said, george, if i were you, you've been a great critic of your government the last ten years. if i were you, i would announce for president telling the country how much they have done for you and how much the united states government means to you. tell them about your war days. tell them about what you as a junior senator from south dakota, the debt you feel to the people of the united states. you know, he couldn't have given me b
you, amy. >>> now, to texas, where a middle school principal is accused of using her daughter to plant a camera inside a girl's locker room. you're not going to believe the motive behind the alleged crime. abc's ryan owens has that story for us. >> reporter: a hidden camera planted in the girls' locker room at this texas high school. and set to record during halftime at a basketball game. prosecutors allege, wendy long, a mom, principal and former school board member, did it not to see anyone changing. but to capture how her daughter's new coach talked to the team because her girls campaigned he yelled too much. >> the intent was to invade the other person's privacy. >> reporter: what's more, prosecutors claim she had her 17-year-old daughter sneak the camera into the locker room and hide it. the grand jury did not indict her daughter. and authorities say the camera didn't record anything inappropriate. still, long was arrested and if convicted could face a $25,000 fine or even 20 years in prison. her attorney tells abc news, she is surprised and disappointed by the charges. and mainta
go awry. >> suarez: john merrow reports on a low income texas school district's approach to its drop-out crisis: a taste of college and hard work. >> so we're offering something that's more challenging to them, and telling them, "step up. you can have college now. it is free. it's your future. what do you want?" >> woodruff: plus, jeffrey brown talks to master storyteller jack hitt about his latest project and making his mark as a self- employed writer. >> the question i get every time i go see my mom and i still get it. she'll always ask me this question, "so when are you going to get a job?" and the answer is: "it's okay, mom. i'm never going to get a job. this is the job!" >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> growing up in arctic norway, everybody took fish oil to stay healthy. when i moved to the united states almost 30 years ago, i could not find an omega-3 fish oil that worked for me. i became inspired to bring a new definition of fish oil quality to the world. today, nordic naturals is working to ful
for mustard, helping to heal your sunburn. @ >>> new tonight, a texas high school principal is charged with using her daughter to plant a camera inside a girl's locker room, not to record the girl's changing but to record the girl's basketball speech during a halftime speech. the principal got complaints that she yelled too much. she maintains no laws were broken. her daughter was in the locker room while the camera was rolling. >> i don't understand why somebody would go to such lengths to break a law to get something to go the way they wanted it to go. >> the principal could arrested and could go to prison for 20 years. >>> a lifeguard saved a man and then lost his job because help went out of his zone. it happened on a south florida beach. let me break it into legalese. it forbids guards from a privately run company to leave the station to help a swimmer in disstraes out of their jurisdiction, liability issues. >> i made my decision of taking the guy over the guard. >> tommy's fellow guards are leaving in disgust. tommy was offered the job back but said no. >>> let's go to our faceb
fireworks accompanied by the explosion of illegal m-80s and texas sized bottle rockets. the big concern is fire in this densely populated area but oakland has taken two of the crucial engine companies out ofg service tonight as part of a cost saving measure. station three in west oakland and station 23 on foothill boulevard do not have trucks that carry water. earlier today, they rolled on a fireworks related roof fire without water but the back-up plan worked. firefighters are patrolling the city tonight and here is what they heard and saw. >>> sound like a war zone out there, but so far tonight, there have been no other fireworks related fires to report, but there is a lot of illegal gunshots that go off and tonight the oakland police department says it upgraded the high-tech spot shoter and they can detect the difference between fireworks and gunshots. people that negligently discharge guns is a priority but so far no reports of arrests. they say they will release those numbers tomorrow if there are any. what has become an illegal tradition in oakland continues but so far no major ap
of illegal m-80s and texas sized bottle rockets. the big concern is fire in this densely populated area but oakland has taken two of the crucial engine companies out of service tonight as part of a cost saving measure. station three in west oakland and station 23 on foothill boulevard do not have trucks that carry water. earlier today, they rolled on a fireworks related roof fire without water but the back-up plan worked. firefighters are patrolling the city tonight and here is what they heard and saw. >>> sound like a war zone out there, but so far tonight, there have been no other fireworks related fires to report, but there is a lot of illegal gunshots that go off and tonight the oakland police department says it upgraded the high-tech spot shoter and they can detect the difference between fireworks and gunshots. people that negligently discharge guns is a priority but so far no reports of arrests. they say they will release those numbers tomorrow if there are any. what has become an illegal tradition in oakland continues but so far no major approximate to report. >>> good to hear. i
at the university of texas law michael simon wrote right are nevertheless it hurt it in another minute delay the flight of all was flying over what's to chile and their lead no. i'm, as if it's in the controls you're not catching the autopilot sense of its own magic navigation solution and you can manipulate it left to right upper down. the exercise is in conjunction with the arm of the common security would seem to raise some concerns about vulnerabilities in the domestic use of drones. once you have this silly to have a list of bond but it is believed to way between eight and 900 lbs.. >>> their job is to save lives but tonight's seventh florida lifeguards are out of a job for a decision to rescue a drowning man. tomas lopez police swimmer from the water monday the problem the man was outside the zone that the lifeguard and company is contracted to projects. lopez was fired on the spot. he says he has no regrets. >>> and when my job and went help someone. i'm going to do what i felt was right and i did. and by see anyone regardless of reuter save him on a lifeguard and as a human i'm goi
back heal. in the american league orioles jason hammel lost out to texas pitcher hugh darvish. now that this voting hoopla is over the nationals can focus on the game to have a chance to bring out the broom against the giants. matt cain takes the mound for san fran. ross detwiler starts for washington. >>> the capitals keeping a core player, center mathieu perreault agreed to a new two- year deal worth $2 million. last year he played 64 games racking up 14 goals and 16 assists. they resigned jay beagle to a three-year extension. >>> bounty gate is far from over. the nfl players association today filed a lawsuit against the league claiming commissioner roger goodell is incurably and evidently biased. the suit is trying to overturn a suit by hargrove and fujita. the suit claims goodell violated the collective bargaining agreement by not providing them with critical evidence. jonathan bile -- jonathan vilma is in a separate lawsuit of his own. >>> you will now see what the referees are seeing during a video review. fans will see exactly what the refs are seeing while they're seeing i
for a campaign? caller: i am 92. i was down with bill and hillary clinton in texas in 1972. host: that's awesome. what were you doing? caller: i was called back into the korean war. i get hot about politics and finding the truth. romney made five different statements last night and none of them were true and they caught it stand corrected it. host: it was nice to hear from you from richmond, michigan, a longtime volunteer. tom is a republican in erie, pennsylvania. hi. caller: good morning. i am not volunteering because i have zero time to do any volunteering because of my work hours. all i can do is send the money. i am sending money to obama whenever i can. host: you are calling on the republican line. caller: i have been a republican 42 years. i am a republican. what i've watched go on with the republican party is disgusting. what people need to start thinking about is these misinformation campaigns from the republicans funded by big money. these people funding money into the republican campaign's they want something for that. we have to step back and look at voter registration laws that are
their grandchildren, who visited from texas. it was not the best week to come. >> we lost power last night -- friday night. >> they wanted air-conditioning. >> tonight, their power is back and they are thrilled to be here. >> we are celebrating. >> one issue is the heat, that even for july. it never gets this tie-in -- hot in at ohio, where this family is from. >> is a little bit warmer. >> for many in the d.c. area -- >> about 18 years. >> this is a canned-this tradition. -- cannot mr. tradition. >> they come down like shooting stars. it is just gorgeous. >> as usual this year they did not disappoint. back out here live, look at the flags around the washington monument. over the last 10 or 15 minutes the wind has been picking up here on the national mall. over the last hour, we have seen a lot of lightning in the district toward virginia as well. thankfully, as many possible storms held off. not one drop of rain fell during or before the fireworks tonight. abc 7 news. >> thank you. hundreds of people across the country can call themselves citizens of the united states. abc 7 was at mount vernon for
from texas where everything is big, so she was expecting -- >> something big. >> what did you get? >> the 10 seconds. >> about 10 seconds of this. >> we saw three different really big, bright booms go off and we thought it was going to start. >> wow. coming up -- the days of lathering up with sunscreen can be -- could be in memory. what the ocean holds that [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to get great prices on things you need. we know you look around for the best deals. that's why we give you real big club card deals each week. right now, fresh-picked peaches are just 77 cents a pound. get a super low price on tide. $10.99 for 100 ounces. yoplait yogurt is just 50 cents. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >> if you like to tan but hate lathering up with sunscreen researchers are working on a solution -- possibility of a sunscreen pill. scientists discovered coral has its own natural barrier to uv radiation. they want to take the chemicals and develop a p
, an 18 wheeler. this is the world's largest smoker and grill stopped by in texas for the fourth of july holiday. the history channel. the owner of the grill was a former big rig driver and people were able to take that rig and the truck is loaded with charcoal and wood. that my friend -- that's fantastic. is a smoker. let me tell you something. something about the open flame and raw meat. grills. >> how -- think about the burgerric make out of that -- you can make out of that thing you know? >> all the burgers. you got to accommodate for that you got the roll. >> send that over to channel 2. nice little cookout in the back. >> maybe too hot for a cookout today though. >> never too hot for a cookout. >> really? >> never too hot. >> you dropped the man card and said 100-degree temperatures? i don't care. >> exactly. here's what's going on this morning and not bad out there. mr. charlie there sir. nice shot downtown. we had a great night festivities fireworks went off. without a hitch. and we were talking about some storms well down to the south. take a look at them drifting well down towa
.com. >> and click best of rtm. >>> i'm surprised the suspects got away with it so far. >> this is in san juan, texas, which is right on the u.s./mexico border. this guy drove up to a car wash after 10:00 at night but he was up to no good, according to police. they say the man tried to rob the vending machine. >> he was there for about 20, 30 minutes scoping out the place. he got the courage to hook up the chain on the burglar bars. >> he even hooked a chain up to the vending machine, but then another car came. so he took off. he unhooked the chain and he left. but then he came back and he tried it again. look what he does. he pulls off the security gate, but he's not done. >> wait. >> he's yanking things one by one. >> yeah, he yanks them off and he gets away with thousands of dollars. >> this must be where you pay for your car wash, because there's no way there's thousands of dollars in a machine that has snickers and m & ms. >> right. >>> here's something you really do not see every day. this is in indonesia at a resort and that is a cat. what you've never seen before is the cat -- >> being that n
in the report, texas republic pete sessions told country wide he did not want special treatment and investigators say the company honored his request. as for country wide, it was bought by bank of america and spokesman rick simon tells fox, quote: everything in this report applies to remerger activities at country wide so the bank is not in an appropriate position to comment on the findings. though i'm told bank of america did not have a program of this kind, and immediately discontinued the country wide v.i.p. program upon taking control. harris? >> harris: mike emanuel, thank you very much. a warning now from technology experts. more than a quarter million computers worldwide are infected with malicious software and it will prevent them from accessing the internet beginning monday. the fbi reports the attack, which began more than a year ago, still infecting more than 64,000 computers right here in the united states. most victims don't even know their computers have it. to check whether your computer is involved, you can go directly to their web site, dcwg.org. >> the world w
from d.c. and affirmative action case from texas. and perhaps the same-sex marrge case from california masoth reusn ti'o inshlo-te ine? w hese we know they've taken is the aofficialtive action case out -- affirmative action case out o texas. weo have a court with fve of rcoouvent onininubc eradioli. so while that case has various vehicle problems and comes from ace with a very idiosyncric ss pesese nss assthe, deinexig d ulineyta ea c they love giving paul clement the opportunity to get back to the lectern, and i think for same-sex marriage advocates if theyad thowehe ca werlly ksthedas whpe a already lawfully married is not shoving marriage down the throats of anybody, but merely making the federal law congent totate w nr west adna grn 'susirsi sen on the probate case would present. >> i sure agree with that. on the affirmative action case, i think the thing to watch is whr g t be plifrengote meintase, otherwise they wouldn't have taken it. but you remember, texas had this top ten system that theop ten ar t serh ol mallmi t st diithh st then in addition to that texas started using ra
? >> the great texas mosquito festival. >> in klute, texas. >> but you already missed it. june 28th. we're talking about things over. >> why would you want to call mosquito -- >> let me say something. >> see what happens when you get all worked up? >> jerry, i want to apologize. can we say one thing? because we have a great country singer in the house. >> no, we don't. >> yes, we do. his name is kip moore, and he plays this song. they call him the kind of -- what is it? ♪ >> the hillbilly springsteen. >> he is such fun, we will have him sing for us later. >> i am so enjoying this. this is such a delightful summer drink. >> it's delicious, jerry. >>> up next, is laughter the best medicine? >> oh, gosh, we have lisa kudrow in the house. >> how did i do that? ♪ 5-hour energy. hours and hours of energy. ♪ [ ping! ] [ ping! ping! ] that's why i use new tampax radiant. it helps keep my period invisible, combing tampax's best-ever leak protection with a revolutionary resealable wrapper so all they'll see is me. [ ping! ] ♪ hi. totally new, awesomely-invisible tampax radiant. check out
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to recovery. the texas graduate student who was mauled by chimpanzees in south africa moved to a new hospital this morning. we're live with the next step in his recovery. we're live thursday july 5, his recovery. we're live thursday july 5, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and welcome to "today" on this thursday morning. i'm natalie morales. >> and i'm willie geist in for matt this morning. just a devastating day in new york for a family on a yacht watching the feerks and it capsized. >> sadly three people died at the scene. now an investigation is under way to determine what caused that boat to capsize. we'll get a live report straight ahead. >> also ahead this morning, a controversial firing in florida. a lifeguard let go after he helped save a man's life. the problem? he broke policy by going outside his patrol zone. we're going to hear from upset co-workers who now have quit in protest. >> and take a look at last night's fireworks display in san diego. all 15 seconds or so of it. all of the fireworks apparently accidentally went off at the same time to the dismay an
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